- UN released new report on terrorism in Afghanistan-Pakistan
- The report mentions hiding from the dreaded terrorists of Al Qaeda in the border areas
- Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was also present in the same area.
Concerns have been raised about Pakistan and Afghanistan in the report of the United Nations Anti-Terrorism Agency. This report states that terrorist organizations al Qaeda Most of the hardline terrorists of Pakistan are living in the border area of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Former al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri is also included in
These terrorists are hiding in Pakistan-Afghanistan
The report released on Friday said that al-Qaeda terrorists and other foreign extremists linked to the Taliban are living in different parts of Afghanistan. Al Qaeda terrorist Ayman Mohammed Rabi al-Zawahiri is believed to be hiding somewhere in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Earlier there were reports of his death due to ill health but it could not be confirmed.
Zawahiri alive but very weak
According to the report, Zawahiri is alive but has become so weak that she is not told about her. The name of the country was not mentioned in the report. Al Qaeda is headed by non-Afghan people in origin and consists of citizens of North Africa and West Asian countries.
There is no consensus on the relationship between Taliban and Al Qaeda
The member states that prepared this UN report assess that there are currently no formal talks between al-Qaeda and senior Taliban officials. At the same time, one member country has said that there is constant dialogue between the Taliban and al-Qaeda regarding the peace process.
These terrorists are residents of many countries
The report said that al-Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent is active in Afghanistan’s Kandahar, Helmand and Nimruz provinces under the backing of the Taliban. Apart from Afghan and Pakistani nationals, there are terrorists from Bangladesh, India and Myanmar in this group. The current leader of Al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent is Osama Mahmood and has replaced Asim Omar.